Dr Martin Clocherty, chief information officer at Hayward Tyler, manufacturer of performance-critical motors and pumps, explains why data and automation are crucial for the Luton based company.
Chinese garment manufacturer, Tianyuan Garments Company has announced that it will build a new automated clothing factory in the United States.
German car maker Audi is using for the first time a human-robot cooperation in its main plant in Ingolstadt for applying adhesive in final assembly.
Manufacturer of high quality crafted granite marble and quartz, Neo Granite, has started investing more in automating its manufacturing processes after securing a £420,000 funding package.
South Korean manufacturing was shown to have the world’s highest density of robotics per worker, according to report by the Bank of Korea.
Automating manufacturing processes is a complex issue. Toward the lower end of the machines’ spectrum is a class of robots called “cobots” designed to work closer with people. A study explains the main three misconceptions about cobots and robots.
Annual sales of robots and automation in China have beaten the highest level ever recorded for a single country – surging by 27% in 2016 to 87,000 units.
Sheet metal manufacturer, Malton Laser, has enhanced its fabrication services by investing in a new state-of-the-art robotic welder.
A Danish printing company has reduced non-productive wait time while improving the work environment and freeing up two labour hours in capacity per day by investing in a new collaborative robot arm.
Automotive plastics supplier, Nifco, has partnered with German firm toolcraft to develop autonomous robot cells to manufacture innovative car interiors.